Noahs calendar origin of China and Japans, p1
 From: Elijahovah <rschiller@xxxxxxxxx>
 Date: 15 May 2007 18:24:39 0700
The Day Kiah Tse (Jia Zi)
The Chinese day known as KiahTse cycles every 60 days. It comes from
every ten days being the day Kiah three times a month, which is six
times in two months, and then every 12 days being the day Tse (rat,
muskrat or water rat) five times in two months. This system comes from
copying the year cycle of 10 and 12 which counts 10year decades but
also counts 12year Jupiter (passing thru the 12 zodiac constellations
which are also marked by the 12 months of the moon).
This Chinese day is an important day in determining the year of Noah's
Flood, and in determining that an impact causing the Flood altered the
Earth, and in determining the actual year that man adjusted to this
fact and created new calendars.
According to Moses who wrote the book Genesis, China divided at
Peleg's death creating its calendar in 2029 BC which is 340 years
after the Flood (23692029 BC). This belief that it began centuries
after the Flood is similar to Egypt and Babylon, Moslem and Maya.
Floodcalendar
Moslem 31222782 BC 340 years
Maya 31142774 BC 340 years
Egypt 30902770 BC 320 years
Babylon 29472770 BC 177 years
China says its calendar is 316 years after the Flood (29532637 BC) as
320 x 360 days. while Japan says it began at the Flood (3060 BC) at
year's end, as does Greek belief (Flood 2958 BC). The two contemporary
concepts are easily explained in that man created the calendar so many
years after the Flood, but realized it was the Flood that had changed
the spin of the Earth. NeoBabylon chronology reveals that although
Sothic leap day was not civilly recognized until 177 years after the
Flood (29472770 BC) that its existence as a reality in the forces of
nature began at the Flood so that they recognize Peleg's death (year
740) as 185 leap days. So in this particular miscalculation by Babylon
in 747 BC, Egypt creates the 365day calendar by adding 5 days to the
360day calendar in 2770 BC as year 177 but recognizes that stars leap
forward one day every 4 years since the Flood 2947 BC. However, this
leap is only seen as an astronomical phenomenon not yet as a leap day
inserted into the calendar as they are aware of in 747 BC.
According to MOSES in 1513 BC
Flood year is 2370 BC
2 years to Arpaxad
35 years to Shelah
30 years to Eber
34 years to Peleg born in year 703 (2269 BC)
Peleg Mesanepada founds Ur in 2239 BC at Reu's birth
Year 739 (2233 BC) is short 180 epagum days
Year 740 (2232 BC) is short 185 epagum days
Reu begins Ur's rule for 177 years in 2207 BC
239 years until Peleg dies in the year 339
340 years to Peleg's death in 2030 BC
2030 BC the end of Ur's rule for 177 years since 2207 BC
1513 BC Israel becomes nation 720 years after 2233 BC
1467 BC Israel becomes New Chaldea 740 years after 2207 BC
According to NEOBABYLON in 747 BC
Flood year is 2947 BC
2 years to Arpaxad
135 years to Shelah
130 years to Eber
134 years to Peleg
339 years until Peleg dies Year 720 (2227 BC) is short 180 days
(leap days)
740 years to Peleg's death in his year 339 presumed 2207 BC
Year 740 is short 185 days (presumed to be leap days)
The city Ur rules 177 years to 2030 BC
+740 = 1467 BC borders of Israel
NeoBabylon says Israel claims to be New Chaldea in Ur's year 740.
+720
Babylon declares itself the city or New Chaldea of 1460 years in 747
BC
1000 years (1625625 BC) Neo Babylon Era (reborn Amizaduga)
CHINA and Rome Flood year 2953 BC
2 years to Arpaxad
135 years to Shelah
130 years to Eber
134 years to Peleg
339 years until Peleg dies
Sothic Year 720 (2233 BC) is short 180 days (leap days)
740 years to Peleg's death in his year 339
This Year 740 (2213 BC) is short 185 days (presumed to be leap days)
The city Ur rules 177 years 22142037 BC Year 600
After 6 years the city Ur rules 177 years 22072030 BC
Sothic year 2233 BC +720 = 1513 BC nation of Israel (exodus)
Peleg's death 2213 BC +740= 1473 BC land of Israel
+720
753 BC Roman Era honoring land of Israel as 720 (180 leap days)
honoring Peleg's death as 1460
honoring Ur's Sothic year as 1480
honoring Flood as 2200
NeoBabylon thus reveals that it knows the city Ur ruled 177 years
beginning when Reu Aanepada became king in 2207 BC. They presume this
year to be the year 740, apparently recorded as short 185 days, and
also as the death of Peleg Mesanapada the founder of Ur leaving
kingship to his son. By their interpreting the shortage of 185 days as
leap days for 740 years, they recognized all of them as seasonal from
the Flood year as an astral change for planet Earth. In China's
chronology this recognition is in 720 years (29532233 BC, halfway to
1513 BC) as 20 years before Peleg dies in year 740 (2213 BC).
And Moses says the Flood year ends as year 601, so in reality the year
2232 BC is Noah's year 740 of 360 days because year 137 years is 139 x
360 days and 601 + 139 = 740. So the issue is not a dispute of 720
years 180 leap days or 740 years 185 leap days, but rather just the
one year 739740 being Peleg's days measured as 3637 calendar years
of 360 days being in need of 180 epagum days (36 x 5 days) for 36
years (22692233 BC), or in need of 185 epagum days (37 x 5 days) for
37 years (22692232 BC). The true recognition of 180 leap days as 720
years comes at the birth of Jannes in 1650 BC Egypt, measured not from
Egypt's 365day calendar inaugurated at Peleg's death in year 340
(2030 BC), but from the Flood 2370 BC. The span of 857 years from
Flood to Exodus can be measured as Sothic whether 137+720 or 720+137.
Because 137 is year 739740, adding 720 until the exodus could be
regarded as year 1460, but 720 Egyptian equal 730 x 360 days making
15131512 BC as Noah's year 14691470. The 6month reversal occurs in
the 720 years.
The blame for all records being misinterpreted by men who are
administrative survivors goes to sudden short longevity which began in
2030 BC as 700 years less than Noah that year. And it is why king
Gilgamesh is a prime example in that year of misinterpreting a direct
conversation with Noah on the isle of Kittim Cyprus.
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